Silk Sonic are smooth but sterile, finding Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak precisely mimic their influences for an irresistible experience that yearns for more.
Two of the Midwest’s most prominent artists join forces to deliver a stunning collaboration which sonically pays homage to their region’s musical roots.
Joell Ortiz reels fans in for a deeper, introspective look into the life of the New York emcee.
The underground’s favorite duo returns with another collaborative project that builds upon the dynamic chemistry crafted through multiple cult classics.
Two of hip-hop’s most vicious and hardworking emcees verify the resurgence of street rap in its most unfiltered form.
The Harder They Fall soundtrack is in matrimony with the vision of the film, doubling down on authentic representation through its motley palette of artists.
On Punk, Young Thug plays it safe for his standards, serving a consistent take on the most popular production style in hip hop right now.
After spending the last few years carving out his name into the landscape of hip-hop, Dreamville’s underdog finally releases his highly anticipated debut project.
The Barking native sets up the next chapter of his career, toying with modern trap sounds and his signature familiarity.
Baby Keem’s debut album is ambitious and strives to convey personality, funnelling through a burdening number of ideas.
Birmingham’s M1llionz silences doubters on his debut mixtape, showcasing an artist that could comfortably be here for the long run.
Brooklyn legend AZ finally delivers the highly anticipated sequel to his classic debut, twenty-five years after its release, displaying his immense growth as an emcee since then.